Open AI’s Bold Claim: Predicting The Time Of Your Death

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There’s been a lot of attention lately about a new study that claims to have an open AI dubbed ChatGPT that can forecast when a person will die. A group of scientists from Northeastern University and the University of Copenhagen assembled to investigate the daily routines of around six million Danes. They went all in, examining everything from medical histories to professional pasts educational backgrounds, residential locations, and much more.

This AI is to investigate how our past can affect our future instead of being a death psychic. And they discovered some eye-opening stuff. Seems like those who are wealthy within the company or those who have more money likely to live longer. But here’s the twist—being a man, having unique skills, or battling with mental health challenges may indicate a shorter ride.

Praise for this AI is coming from some who believe it surpasses current approaches for forecasting when someone will pass away or even recognizing one’s personality type. Hold on, there’s a problem. This is far more than looking into the crystal ball that is life. Issues over rights and privacy are very genuine. While some people may find it interesting to know when the life comes to an end, others will find it to be a stressful or even unpleasant idea.

The researchers aimed to refine this crystal ball even more. To enhance their predictions, they plan to add more information, like relationships and other information. But precaution is needed in this type of situation. We must focus on protecting people’s privacy and wellbeing while considering the use of AI for spying on people’s lives.

It means, that this entire discovery is really amazing, no? But let’s ensure to treat everyone involved with respect and tackle every thing with precaution. It all comes by attempting and by solving life’s problems while balancing the needs of everyone involved.

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